The most important decision of a young adult…

One of the most important decisions a young adult has to make in life is finding the right future partner in marriage but it is secondary to finding the right choice of occupation and career as this will play a good determinant in the prospects of a successful life.Choosing the

Synagogue: Coroner delivers judgement today


lagos—Baring any unforeseen circumstances, the coroner inquest into the Synagogue collapse building will today deliver its final verdict at the Coroner court, Ikeja. The post Synagogue: Coroner delivers judgement today appeared first on Vanguard News.

Ex-Health minister loses case against Ebonyi gov

A Federal High Court in Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital, has struck out a suit seeking to invalidate the November 1, 2014 congress of the Peoples Democratic Party leading to the party’s primary that produced Governor Dave Umahi as its candidate for the April 11 governorship election in Ebonyi State.

Two Nigerians Sentenced To Life Imprisonment In Qatar for Burglary And Attempted Murder


A Doha Criminal Court has sentenced two Nigerian men to life imprisonment for burglary and attempted murder, local Arabic daily Arrayah reported. The same case also saw a Filipina maid sentenced to 22 years in jail for being an accomplice of the two Nigerians in their criminal activity. All three

APC Should Respect Buhari’s View On Saraki – Melaye


Dino Melaye, the senator from Kogi-West senatorial district  urges the All Progressives Congress (APC) to respect the view of President Muahammdu Buhari on the emergence of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Punch reports. The source notes that Melaye was referring to a statement by Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi

Buhari’ll stop poor funding of NDDC – Oshiomhole

THE Governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomhole, has assured the Niger Delta Development Commission that President Muhammadu Buhari will stop the problem of the commission’s poor funding. Oshiomhole explained that the current leadership in the country would enforce the statutory obligations of the Federal Government to the NDDC, unlike previous

Bill Cosby Statue To Be Removed From Disney World

Bill Cosby’s career seems to be over, and his legacy is crumbling along with it. Bill Cosby’s bronze bust at the Hall of Fame in Disney World A bronze bust of the iconic comedian located in popular theme part Disney World has been removed by the park’s management.

N200m loan scam: EFCC clears 20 Ogun teachers

The operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission were said to have cleared the first batch of 20 public secondary school teachers in Ogun State, who honoured the invitation of the anti-graft agency over a N200m loan scam under investigation. The loan scam was allegedly perpetrated in one of

B’Haram has destroyed 850 churches, says PFN

The President, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Dr. Felix Omobude, has revealed that about 850 churches have been destroyed, with many people killed and injured through the activities Boko Haram in the northern part of the country.

APC, PDP at war over source of bailout funds

Top members of the APC and the national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, are reportedly divided over the sources of the N804.7 billion relief package being considered to bail out states who haven't paid workers salaries.The PDP said that a very large amount of the bailout funds came from savings left behind by

‘I’m tired of apologising for my blackness': Model Nykhor Paul blasts make up artists

25 year old South Sudanese activist and model Nykhor Paul has taken to social media to rant about unprepared make-up artists at top fashion shows who fail to accommodate the needs of those with darker skin tones. In an enraged Instagram post, she blasted the fashion industry for considering the needs of

FRSC laments fleet operators’ response to safety standard

The Federal Road Safety Corps has expressed displeasure to the poor response of fleet operators to the Road Transport Safety Standardisation Scheme. But the corps says it will forge ahead with its enforcement of safety standard among motorists, especially commercial drivers.

Rivers athletes to protest non-payment of salaries

Athletes in the employment of Rivers State have planned a protest march to Governor Nyesom Wike over the non-payment of their salaries since last year. The state government recently paid Sharks, Dolphins and Rivers Angels their eight-month salary arrears but left out the athletes who brought glory to the state

EFCC Arrests Sule Lamido


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) arrested Alhaji Sule Lamido, a former governor of Jigawa State for money laundering, Punch reports. Previously the governor’s two sons, Mustapha and Aminu where arrested in Abuja.

AFN invites 50 athletes for All-Africa Games

The Athletic Federation of Nigeria has invited 50 athletes for camping ahead of Congo 2015 All-Africa Games holding in September. AFN Technical Director, Omatseye Nesiama, said in a statement that the camp would officially open at the AFN High Performance Centre, University of Port Harcourt this week.